Diverse coalition looks to bridge the achievement gap facing disadvantaged and minority students
While most students in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati’s urban core are
showing academic improvement in school, newly disaggregated data
reveals low-income students lagging significantly behind their
counterparts in achieving key educational goals.
Proposed co-op grocery Clifton Market is gaining steam after the purchase of former Keller’s IGA building
Clifton Market has been working for more than a year to reopen the 22,000-square-foot Keller’s IGA building as a consumer-owned cooperative grocery. Last month the group purchased the property. ...
Fresh off representing plaintiffs in a huge Supreme Court case, Al Gerhardstein hits the road for another big cause
Just days after oral arguments for what may be one of the most important same-sex marriage cases in
history, Cincinnati civil rights attorney Al Gerhardstein is riding with
his daughter Jessica Gingold from Cincinnati to New Orleans to raise money and awareness for justice system reform.
Despite his conservative record, Gov. John Kasich looks to kick up buzz for a potential White House run by presenting himself as moderate
Ohio Gov. John Kasich hasn’t formally joined the crowded 2016 GOP presidential nomination contest, but he’s done everything else to signal he’s interested in a bid for the nation’s highest office.